A new article released by American Public Media Reports raises questions about the subjectivity and lack of scientific basis of ballistics evidence. The piece examines concerns regarding bullet matching in light of the famous Tardy Furniture case. CSAFE director Dr. Alicia Carriquiry contributed her expertise to the article, explaining how current methods are insufficient and consistent standards in firearm analysis are needed. Read the full article on the APM website.
CSAFE Director Alicia Carriquiry Contributes to APM Reports Article on Ballistics Evidence
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